A warm welcome from the team

Dear Readers,

Welcome to Super Effective! We’re really happy to have you here with us. It’s been a long ride for us to get to this point and this is only the beginning of our journey together. As a team, we have a much larger vision for the future of Super Effective.

This vision encompasses creating a space for you, as our readers; to engage with, to write, to feel, to express your thoughts and concerns as well as to listen to others. We want Super Effective to be a space of exchange, debate, learning and unlearning. It’s going to take a while for us to get there, but we believe in it – the dream is big!

For the time being, we’ve got some great content being published as we have been commissioning a cohort of very talented writers. Some have more writing experience than others, but those who are not as experienced are given all the tools and support to develop their writing practice and confidence. At the end of the day, that’s what we’re here for.

Settle in and have a browse around; check out our Manifesto and how you can pitch to us as well as how you can support us in our About section. We’re completely independent, free from censorship and we are looking to take full advantage of this.  

Over the next few months alongside our content, we’ll be making more improvements and adding more features to the website until we are able to unveil what Super Effective is really about. So I guess what we’re saying is, stick around and watch this space!

Thank you for reading and we really hope you enjoy the content to come. If you have any feedback you’d like to share with us, or have any questions at all, then please feel free to Contact us.

Super Effective
Adonis, Chloe, Constantinos, Paul and Romina

Chloe Stavrou is a Cypriot freelance writer, arts administrator and technician based between Limassol and London. As a writer, she has been published in Contra Journal, was a past contributor of Furtherfield Editorial and is a contributor of Brooklyn Rail. She is Super Effective’s founder and editor but is also a DJ under the alias of Barlic Gutter since 2011. As Barlic Gutter she has played in venues in the UK (Pickle Factory, Dalston Superstore), venues and festivals in Cyprus (Sousami, XARKIS, Asila Festival & Afro Banana Festival) and events in Athens and Beirut.

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